Children were given the keys to a magical kingdom on Sunday, as Pewsey first Fairy Trail came to the Scotchel nature reserve.
Twenty one little doors to fairy homes – made and decorated by local children – appeared around the bases of trees, while wirework sprites and insects danced from the branches.
And the fairy theme continued in the Bouverie Hall, where a stallholders at a Fairy Fayre sold fairy-related gifts.
Donations for the Brighter Futures Radiotherapy Appeal were collected in a wishing well at the end of the trial.
Brighter Futures launched the Radiotherapy Appeal at Great Western Hospital in 2015, in a bid to raise the £2.9 million needed to make radiotherapy treatment available in Swindon, meaning local cancer patients no longer have to make the daily 70-mile round trip to Oxford.